Anita is a French artist and since early in her career, she has been impressed by the aesthetics of French architecture and sculpture. She loves modern art.

She was a pupil at the Ecole du Louvre and studied at the Musée des Antiquités Nationales in St Germain-en-Laye (France).
After coming to Western Australia and living on a farm, she studied oil painting and water colour with Neville Peterkin, a well-known local artist, as well as more recently art and creativity at Curtin University.

In her work, she blurs the distinction between her past and the present and enters a free flowing dialogue between the two. Her paintings illustrate an internal intimate world which revolves around fragments of the past, unity and rupture.

Anita works mostly with acrylics for the moment as she still spends much time in her bistro cooking French food. Acrylics, contrarily to oil paints dry very fast and are more versatile.